Baoshan Bao

+49 211 300 495 34

Following his studies of Political Science in China, Baoshan studied Business Administration at the University of Cologne. He gained professional experience through the participation in various Sino-German M&A projects. Baoshan joined Livingstone Germany in 2011 and is now Managing Director of Livingstone China Ltd..

Education & Qualifications:

  • Universität zu Köln, Diplom-Kaufmann
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Latest Insights

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Christian Grandin | May 2018

Ambienta owned, Oskar Nolte, the leading manufacturer of high-performance wood coating systems for speciality applications in the furniture industry, has been acquired by Peter Möhrle GmbH & Co. KG

Livingstone advises Ambienta on the sale of coatings specialist Oskar Nolte to Peter Möhrle Holding

Livingstone’s Industrial sector team has advised Ambienta SGR, the largest European private equity fund focused on sustainability, together with former shareholder Guido Pühse, on their sale of German Oskar Nolte Group to Hamburg-based Peter Möhrle Holding, a family-owned industrial holding company.
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Ralph Hagelgans | Oct 2017

SieMatic, kitchen manufacturer, Nison-group image

Livingstone advises the shareholders of SieMatic in forging a growth alliance with Chinese Nison-Group

Livingstone’s Consumer sector team has advised SieMatic, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of premium kitchen furniture on its sale to Chinese Nison-Group.
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Industrial
Sell-side

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Baoshan Bao | Oct 2016

Investment Strategy in and out of China Evolves

The current macro-economic environment drives well-funded Chinese companies to turn to the global M&A market.
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